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Merry and Krystal
Transcript of Merry and Krystal
*Trade and Profits
Colonial brief history of Pennsylvania
Types of people in Pennsylvania
The middle colonies (PA) were the big food producing region that involved corn and wheat and also livestock. Including beef and pork. Other industries include the production of iron ore, lumber, textiles, furs, and shipbuilding.
There was not a specific religion in Pennsylvania. Instead there was religious freedom for many like Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jews, and many others.
Founder: William Penn
*Religious freedom for Quakers
*The king could re- pay a large depth to Williams dad.
*So the king can get rid of William .
Founder of Pennsylvania
*Europeans seeking freedom and equality
Why would you want to live here?
Flex and Hemp farms where made in the middle colonies expanding the textiles industry, They had natural sources such as good farmland, timber, furs, and coal. Iron ore was a particularly important resource. They were able to produce agricultural products such as plows, tools, kettles locks, nails, and large blockers of iron, which was then sent to England they had a good trading.
https://www.land of the brave .info/pennslyvania-colony.htm
The Pennsylvania Colony was an original colony out of the 13. The Pennsylvania colony was an English colony in North America. Existing from 1682 until 1776, when joined by the other 12 of the 13 colonies in revolution against Great Britain. It then became known as the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.
In 1682 the Pennsylvania Colony was established. The founder was William Penn. King Charles II of England gave the charter to William Penn that the name should be Pennsylvania. This is a combination of the Latin word ' Sylvania ' meaning woodland together with Williams last name Penn.